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Texas’ Ubbi Dubbi Dance Festival Has Been Postponed Due to Coronavirus

The Texas dance music festival Ubbi Dubbi has been postponed due to coronavirus. 

The annual dance festival Ubbi Dubbi, which was scheduled to happen in Arlington, Texas, on April 18-19, has been canceled due to coronavirus. The festival was scheduled to host a barrage of dance acts including Kaskade, Gryffin, Illenium and CamelPhat.

“We looked at multiple options to produce a safe event during the Summer, but thought it was best to concentrate on providing a supersized event in the Fall,” reads a statement from event organizers that was released today (March 23).


Instead of canceling completely, Ubbi Dubbi is joining up with the October Texas festival Freaky Deaky for a show called Ubbi Dubbi Gets Freaky Deaky. This event is on the calendar for October 30-31, 2020 at the Houston Raceway Park. The lineup will be entirely new and not composed of artists that had been set to play Ubbi Dubbi. Both Ubbi Dubbi and Freaky Deaky are produced by longstanding dance music promoter Disco Donnie Presents.

Fans who purchased tickets for Ubbi Dubbi are able to transfer them for the October event, or receive a refund.